This is theatrical play written in 1866 under the nom de plum Fouram, by Konstantinos I. Ramfos, or according to the Iliou-Polemi Bibliography by his son Ioannes K. Ramfos. It satirizes economists who are portrayed as frauds who claim that they can keep a duck alive by feeding it once a week. Topics: Greek theater, 19th century, Ramfos, economists
The Gospel ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW THE GREEK TEXT WITH INTRODUCTION, NOTES, AND INDICES COPYRIGHT 1915 MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED ST. MARTIN'S STREET, LONDON Topics: GREEK TEXT, Alan Hugh McNeile, Gospel, Matthew, New testament commentary
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Any information you may want concerning this e-book, other than how I got it, is either included in it or available at https://sites.google.com/a/wmail.fi/greeknt/home/greeknt. HOW I GOT IT: I made this E-book by cropping the version I found at https://sites.google.com/a/wmail.fi/greeknt/home/greeknt/rp2005/, combining it with the "JACKET.PDF" (which I had to crop and divide to make four separate pages), and then creating a list of “Bookmarks” by checking each page of it,... Topics: Texttypes, Byzantine-Priority Theory, Bible, New Testament, Koine Greek, Koiné Greek, Biblical...
In the late 13th century A.D., Gregory Chionades travelled from Byzantium to Persia to study mathematics and astronomy. There he learned Persian and Arabic and studied under Shams ad-Din al-Bukhari, who was associated with the Maragha school of Nasir al-Din al-Tusi. Chioniades translated many works from Arabic and Persian into Greek, and is probably the person responsible for introducing such Islamic innovations as the so-called "Tusi Couple" to the West. (The Tusi couple - a theorem... Topics: Astronomy, Mathematics, mathematical astronomy, Gregory Chioniades, medieval astronomy, al-Khazini,...